The Flaming Lips To Release Dark Side of the Moon Cover Album
Grammy Award winning American Rock band The Flaming Lips have recorded a cover of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album. The band will release the track-by-track interpretation in the near future, which it recorded with Stardeath and the White Dwarfs, a band that features Coyne’s nephew Dennis.
Henry Rollins and Peaches make guest appearances on the album, Coyne told the crowd during a pre-concert question-and-answer session. A Flaming Lips spokesman says the album will likely be an iTunes-only release, at least initially.
It will certainly be a more comfortable — at least familiar release — than the sonic experimentations of their current release “Embryonic.” But the Flaming Lips’ fan base is one that’s always ready for a challenge, at least that’s what Coyne is betting on.
“I think our audience would forgive us for going out in the further regions of whatever we could think of,” Coyne says. “But I don’t think we’d be worthy of being forgiven if we didn’t do that. They’re giving us the freedom, the encouragement, the money and the time to say, ‘Go somewhere where no other band could go, and come back and tell us what it was like.’”
Source [ Los Angeles Times ]